Between the Stops

November 15, 2019 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Perfect mash-up Brilliant and engaging writing from a fantastic author. Perfect mash up of history, feminism and her own truly fascinating and wide ranging life. I wish it were at least twice as long, but that’s me being greedy. Highly recommended!

Anonymous says:

All aboard for something different from the normal autobiography. To be honest although I have long appreciated and been entertained by Sandi Toksvig (especially on the News Quiz) I doubt whether I would have chosen to read a show biz type conventional autobiography by her. However by using this quirky format she instantly found a connection with this reader. Not only did I become engrossed by her often at times moving and painful life story but also by the fascinating history and characters that she encounters along her regular number 12 London bus journey…

Anonymous says:

Fascinating Memoir Between the Stops by Sandi ToksvigHaving read Whistling for Elephants and Flying Under Bridges by Sandi Toksvig I knew that I would be in for a treat of wit and intellect with this book and I was not disappointed. Being a keen London bus traveller I thought the premise of basing the memoir on the route of the Number 12 was inspirational. I loved the way the book meandered through the route and whilst we accompanied Sandi on the journey we learnt so much.We found out about the fact…

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